Socialite Elvira Kent suspects her husband of fooling around with other women. When he announces he can't join her on their scheduled ocean voyage, she hires a nightclub singer, Georgia Garrett, to pose as her on the cruise. Elvira stays at a hotel near home so she can spy on her husband. She's unaware, however, that her husband has hired a detective, Peter Virgil, to keep an eye on her at sea. Of course, Peter doesn't realize that Georgia is not Mrs. Kent... Written by
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Romance and Laughter...under a Rio moon!
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Did You Know?
According to her 1975 autobiography, "Doris Day: Her Own Story" (co-written with A.E. Hotchner
), Miss Day attended a show-biz party the night before she planned to leave for New York City. Also at the gathering was lyric writer Sammy Cahn
who, taking Doris aside, explained that she would be the right match for the Cahn-Jule Styne
score of this upcoming film. When, at Mr. Cahn's urging, Doris sang "Embraceable You" (music by George Gershwin
, lyrics by Ira Gershwin
) for the party crowd, she was heard by director Michael Curtiz
, who then asked her to test for the role of Georgia Garrett. See more
About an hour into the movie, Georgia and Peter are smoking and talking at the ship's rail. When Georgia (Doris Day) tosses her cigarette "overboard", you can hear it land on the studio floor. See more
There's something I just gotta do, I cant help myself.
Well if you cant help yourself, you can't help yourself.
I gotta find the cable-gram.
The credits is opened by a businessman's hand and each credit has a different tropical and paradise scene. See more
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Run, Run, Run
Music by Jule Styne
Lyrics by Sammy Cahn
Sung by Jack Carson See more